After the IS attack, in a strange twist, Turkish state focuses on Kurdish and Leftist targets, blocks Kurdish websites, Twitter and Facebook slowed down…

Turkey has blocked a number of Kurdish news websites as many users complained that they had difficulty in accessing Twitter and Facebook, too
Turkish warplanes launched attacks on camps of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in northern Iraq late on July 24 while also launching a second wave of airstrikes against ISIL
Despite surface upheaval, Turkey’s Kurdish issue continues to be defined by decisions taken years ago by both the state and the PKK insurgents, author Cem Emrence tells Hurriyet Daily News
Turkey was forced to act because of the contradictions in its own policies. It is vital the country now refreshes its peace talks with the PKK
Turkish PM has accused those who ‘abused’ the Kurdish peace bid. Slamming the government for moving to abort the process, the HDP has called for dialogue and the PKK has said the truce ‘has no meaning anymore
The outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) said on July 25 its truce with Ankara had lost all meaning, while Turkish PM refused to describe it as the end of the peace process
Turkish security forces have launched new dawn raids in 10 provinces to arrest suspected members of the outlawed PKK and ISIL, detaining more people
VIDEO: Will Turkey’s airstrikes backfire?

Turkey carries out air strikes against Kurdish separatists based in northern Iraq, and against Islamic State militants in Syria.
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None of the Turkey’s leaders offered a sincere and appropriate statement of loss for those souls lost in Suruç…
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CHP Vice President Sezgin Tanrıkulu drew attention to child abuse which increased enormously for five years and requested parliamentary research related to the subject.
A Republican People’s Party (CHP) report has revealed the plight of culture and arts in Turkey, noting 65 cases of pressure, bans and censorship in the first half of 2015 alone
In a move widely considered as a sign of preparation for a possible early election, Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli has kicked off a round of consultations with his party’s provincial branche

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